aka: Rayman Origins
Pretty much every ride onto something, be it water-skiing behind Sssssam across a swamp, riding walking missiles or flying with powder kegs. Finding a red can and wreaking havoc on the Hoodlums with its punch powerup. The Boss Battle against Reflux the Knaaren is impressive in both visual effects and music. The game itself. After several games of nothing but the Raving Rabbids, seeing Rayman get an awesome co-op platformer without Rabbids is a true achievement for Ubisoft. Every single Chest Chase level. No matter how hard they are, these levels are BEAUTIFULLY crafted and smooth flowing epic chases that leave a feeling of amazing accomplishment when you finish them. Chasing the Magician also counts. Everything is falling from the sky, but you and your pals have no problem using whatever's left of the bastard's mechanical empire to catch him. The Land of the Livid Dead. The fact that you have to complete the other chest chase levels first shows just how hard this will be. And it's worth it. Platforming through smooth levels of dead lands, spiked plants and undead grannies leading to an intense final boss, all with epic Mexican music, leaves you feeling like a badass by the end. The Moskito levels. Aside from the fact that you're taking on armies while riding on flying mosquitoes, you're also listening to some of the games' best music. Two in particular: Fire When Wetty, purely because of the music and the marathon shooting throughout the seas and the final battle. Between this and Funny Moment... Every level played with four players. Come on. The music levels. The way everything is timed to the music makes it a joy to listen as well as watch. The songs are pretty cool as well, having some interesting takes on well-known songs, like the mariachi version of "Eye Of The Tiger" with kazoos. Rayman and friends punch The Magician into space at the end of each world. This commercial. Guest star? Snoop Dogg.
Rayman Legends, Rayman 3 Hoodlum Havoc, Rayman Origins